Thursday, January 08, 2004

Great website and new tool for medical librarians

This from Barbara Fullerton (thanks Barbara!) Megan Fox continues to add to her wonderful PDAs and Handhelds in Libraries and Academia resources site at Go here for a wonderful and comprehensive look at information on PDAs and what libraries are doing with them.

This from Denise Koufogiannakis: "I am pleased to announce a new PDA resource from the University of Alberta
Libraries for those interested in Evidence Based Practice. The PICOmaker
tool will help you formulate well-built clinical questions and save those
questions for further research follow-up.

This is a free application, developed at the University of Alberta, by
librarian Geoff Harder. To download this application or for more
information, see:

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